Sarah Dhanjal and Suzie Thomas have successfully completed their walk of all 84 miles of Hadrian’s Wall, to raise money for the CBA.
Thousands of individuals and heritage organisations are campaigning to overturn the Budget proposal to withdraw the current zero rate of VAT on approved alterations to listed buildings. Only 2 more days to comment!
YAC Membership Co-ordinator, Vicky has successfully completed her 17 mile walk along part of the Hadrian’s Wall path. So far she has raised £120 for the Council for British Archaeology! Read about her adventures…
The CBA is proud to announce the release of our latest publication, The Archaeology of English Battlefields: Conflict in the pre-industrial landscape, Research Report no 168, by Glenn Foard and Richard Morris.
Tell us about your conferences and excavations by 9pm Wednesday 2 May and we’ll include them in CBA Briefing.
The CBA has recently had good news regarding its Dig Deep for YAC Campaign, read on to find out what’s happened and how you can continue to support YAC’s vital work…
The CBA welcomes the Royal Archaeological Institute, our latest ArchLib publisher with their 2004–2010 volumes. The Spring 2011 issue of London Archaeologist is also now available to purchase through the service.
Suzie Thomas and Sarah Dhanjal are walking the length of Hadrian’s Wall, (all 84 miles of it!), to raise money for the CBA.
Opportunities for hosts to apply or reapply for HLF-funded placements, by 1pm 11 June.
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